Submission Guidelines

Our blog features written works with invaluable knowledge, an educational approach, and an informative tone. We want every voice in our community to be given a chance to share their experiences and traditions. Whether you are a subject matter expert or you are new to your path, if you have anecdotes, spells, recipes, practices, or magickal musings you believe will benefit the wider witching world, please consider submitting to our blog by sending us a short “pitch” for your piece via the Write for Us page.

We host weekly themes on our Instagram page and we strive to keep blogs relevant to each theme, so please feel free to use these prompts as inspiration for your pitch. Join the email tribe to hear about upcoming themes in advance. Though, don’t worry if you can’t find a theme that fits for your chosen subject, we can always find a way to work a good pitch in!

Writers must be open to working with us on revisions to help submissions align with the “voice” of Witch With Me, however, we will always do our best to make minimal revisions to maintain the integrity of your piece.

If your pitch is accepted, please ensure your post includes the following:

  • 500 to 1000 words in length. Longer posts should be broken into smaller sections with sub-headings.
  • Academic/Informative Tone.
  • 2-3 high-quality photos. The photos may be personal with permission granted to publish, or royalty-free with attribution included. Horizontal orientation is preferred, but vertical photos will be accepted.
  • Photos should be free of any added text or logos. (Text and logos on labels, books, or other objects captured in the image are acceptable).
  • “About the Author” paragraph at the bottom of the piece, written from a 3rd-person perspective.
  • Links to any social media pages, shops or websites.
  • Please ensure that your piece is in a workable format – Word or Google Docs are best. Please do not submit PDF documents.

Head over to the Write for Us page to get started. We look forward to reading your wonderful works.

Grow your craft. Walk your path. Witch with me.

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